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Dec 3, 2019 Antye Greie aka AGF, poemproducer
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This entry shares a newly commissioned  sound art-work 'BioSignals Mixtape' by Antye Greie aka AGF, poemproducer, as the final event related to the BioSignals programme, produced by Pixelache Helsinki during 2018-2019. The mixtape is compiled and composed from audio materials recorded or curated during the BioSignals networked events and field-recordings, and archived on this same account: https://archive.org/details/@biosignals Commissioned by Pixelache producers Andrew Gryf Paterson and...
Topics: BioSignals, Antye Greie, AGF, poemproducer, Mixtape, Pixelache, Nordisk Kulturkontakt, Umwelt
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This entry shares the audio-recording of 'Aeolian Artefacts' performance by Juan Duarte on Saturday 25.5. 15:30-17:00, at Katajanokka shoreline, Helsinki, as part of the BioSignals contribution to Pixelache Helsinki 2019 Festival. .. Aeolian Artefacts Picnic, 2019.   A sound device that enables an experience of Augmented Listening of wind forces, in which subtle changes in an outdoor environment drive generative soundscapes. The use of wind-sensitive systems, are used to detect orientation and...
Topics: BioSignals, Pixelache, Nordisk Kulturkontakt, 2019
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This entry shares the audio recording of the BioSignals introduction text read by Andrew Gryf Paterson at Kuusi Palaa space, Helsinki, 18th May 2018, as part of the BioSignals series of events organised by Pixelache Helsinki. The lecture was streamed live via Korppiradio together with a radio programme related to the talk's theme.
Topics: BioSignals, Pixelache, Nordisk Kulturkontakt, Helsinki, 2018
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Dec 2, 2019 Samir Bhowmik
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This entry shares the audio recording of presentation 'Battery is the Message' by Samir Bhowmik at Kuusi Palaa space, Helsinki, 18th May 2018, as part of the BioSignals series of events organised by Pixelache Helsinki. The lecture was streamed live via Korppiradio together with a radio programme related to the talk's theme. .. New media technologies are dependent on energy and material resources. Especially for mobile and handheld devices, batteries today constitute the primary backbone of...
Topics: BioSignals, communication, battery, energy, lithium, obsolescence, portable computing, e-waste,...
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May 20, 2019 Antye Greie-Ripatti
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Antye Greie aka [AGF, poemproducer], an East-German artist and producer, settled for some time on Finland’s Hailuoto Island. AGF assumes a multiplicity of facets and roles – sound sculptor, poet, composer, gender activist, sound and new media curator. SOLIDICITY is AGF’s 10th solo and 31st album in executive production, released on 17th November 2017. The sound sculptress uses field recordings to craft rhythmic and arrhythmic structures, noise pattern, club references and bass...
Topic: experimental electronic music
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May 20, 2019 Krista Dintere
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Krista Dintere - "This is my contribution to Swamp Radio project - a collaborative sound composition exploring the relations between factuality of field recording and the fictional soundscape created by transmitting recordings through the circuitry of modular synthesizer. Collaborators from MpLab (Art Research Lab at Liepaja University) are: Krista Dintere, Ieva Viksne, Diana Mikanova, Paula Ostupe, Kaspars Levalds. Created for Swamp Radio in 2018."  The Swamp Radio project is based...
Topics: swamp, radio art, energy, communication, intespecies, experimental electronic music
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May 20, 2019 Mikko Lipiäinen
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Live Decomposition by Sarah Hermanutz and Nenad Popov . An ongoing collaboration between Hermanutz and Popov, Live Decomposition, 2017-18 was performed last year in Lisbon and Berlin. Video documents Hermanutz's hands as they work through an aquarium, filled with mud, sand, living and dead wetland organisms, and other collected material, representing the (im)possibility of miniature ecosystems controlled by the human hands. A layering of living, nonliving, natural and human pervades the...
Topics: live, sound performance, interspecies, experimental, bioart
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May 20, 2019 Laura Beloff
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Work in progress, ongoing (2017-2018) Hearing Test is a part of a l onger artistic research project that investigates plant intelligence. It ironically asks: will humans ever be able of a reciprocal communication with another species, or even capable of 'hearing' another species that differs from us - such as a plant.  In the focus of the project is a detection of high frequency clicking sounds emitted by the plants' roots. The project has been inspired by scientists who have been researching...
Topics: bioart, interspecies communication, artistic research, experimental, sound art
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May 20, 2019 Andrew Gryf Paterson
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In early June 2018 , Finnish artist-researcher Laura Beloff, associate professor at IT University in Copenhagen was invited to join the Toortuumik N ature and M edia A rt F estival initiated by Lilli Tölp (Maalabor) for a short week long residency to continue her bioacoustic experiments. As one of the participants with the most knowledge about biosemiotics in the group, she accompanied Andrew Gryf Paterson to Puhtu peninsula nearby for a n informal but key interview in the BioSignals project ,...
Topic: biosemiotics
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May 20, 2019 Andrew Gryf Paterson
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An international and multi-disciplinary group of artists were invited to Toortuumik N ature and M edia A rt F estival initiated by Lilli Tölp (Maalabor) for a short week long residency. The artists introduce their work to a journalist from Postimees.
Topic: documentation
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May 20, 2019 Juan Duarte
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Artist Juan Duarte placed his wind sonification device Aeolian Artefacts in the pear of Virtsu to make field test recordings.
Topics: sound art, field recordings
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May 20, 2019 Antye Greie-Ripatti
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Antye Greie-Ripatti aka AGF held a Sonic Wilderness workshop in Liepaja as part of Sound Days Festival organised by Art Research Lab of Liepaja University. During the Sonic Wilderness Workshop participants explored the sound of matter and environment of Liepaja – beach, wind, post-soviet post-industrial building leftovers etc. – by sonifying objects that seem silent for a naked human ear. Music making outside the studio, in tune with nature was the aim of this workshop, and to reach it...
Topics: field recordings, sound workshop, nature, experimental music
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May 20, 2019 Paloma López and Leslie Garcia
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During the fifth edition of the festival Novas frequencies in Rio de Janeiro, we were invited to perform a laboratory for sonification activity of the bacteria present on the beaches of Rio. In the laboratory 10 local artists were selected through an open call. For a week we work together enabling a compact version of Bending Energy Lab that allowed them to create an interface between bacteria and their instruments. Thus creating the first non-human rhythms orchestra. Participants in the...
Topics: experimental electronic music, non-human music, bacteria, sonification
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May 20, 2019 Bartaku
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The last time this self-strangle-alike technique (in which drinking Aronia juice was consumed before singing) was expressed by students of Bartaku´s Lealy Loop Sys uncourse at Aalto School of arts in 2016. The sounds were created in an anechoic chamber in order to scarify Aronia seeds so they would become active. They did not.
Topics: Aronia, experimental music, singing techniques, documentation
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May 20, 2019 Till Bovermann
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In cooperation with Melliferopolis, Till Bovermann installed piezo-based microphones into beehives of the temporary Hexa-Hive Villages near Ossinlampi (2013) and Tarja Halosen puisto (2016). Invited international sound artists used the live sounds from the bee colonies as raw material for improvised soundscapes and live music at a sound picnic around the hives. Artists so far included: Till Bovermann Katharina Hauke Erich Berger Markus Koistinen Chi-Hsia Lai Simon Lysander Overstall Julian...
Topics: Bees, hives, experimental music, art installation
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May 20, 2019 Ale Fenerich
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First tests of recording earthworms at Federal University of Juiz de Fora (Brazil) by composer Ale Fenerich and researcher Raquel Rennó.
Topics: earthworms, sound recordings, experiment
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May 19, 2019 Denise Alves-Rodrigues and Julia Franco Braga
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Listening to the Earth with two grill sticks with eletrodes in Ilha do Sol, Bolivia.
Topics: DIY electronics, experimental electronic music, Earth
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May 19, 2019 Denise Alves-Rodrigues and Julia Franco Braga
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Listening to the Earth with two grill sticks with eletrodes in Ilha do Sol, Bolivia.
Topics: BioSignals, experimental electronic music, Earth, DIY electronics, Pixelache, Nordisk Kulturkontakt
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May 19, 2019 NASA
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Whistler waves as heard by the EMFISIS instrument aboard NASA’s Van Allen Probes as it passed around Earth. Credits: NASA/University of Iowa
Topics: BioSignals, NASA, EMFISIS, Van Allen Probes, Earth, whistler waves, Nordisk Kulturkontakt, Pixelache
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May 19, 2019 Paloma López and Leslie Garcia
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Bacteria and Human [bacterial fuel cells]
Topics: BioSignals, human, interspecies, bacterial fuel cells, experimental electronic music, bacteria,...
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May 19, 2019 Paloma López and Leslie Garcia
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Live recording with the Energy Bending Lab using two bio fuel cells as trigger for 4 different sound processors analog and digital. Non-Human Rhythms 1 is the first of a series of live recordings featuring different micro-organism and their bio-electrical activity translated into a sound process.
Topics: BioSignals, bio fuel cells, experimental electronic music, micro-organisms, live, interspecies,...
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May 19, 2019 Martinka Bobrikova and Oscar de Carmen
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An excerpt from a project called Kitchen dialogues that was a public event in which the food we served was fish croquettes. The fishs were donated by the local fishermen. the event was part of a series of public interventions in a Lithuanian town Nida. The music featured in the excerpt was played via online platform with the special collaboration of DJ dr. muusica ( Caracas, Venezuela) and Cristiano Rosa (Medellin, Colombia). Kitchen Dialogues has functioned as a nomadic platform for several...
Topics: BioSignals, art, food, Pixelache, Nordisk Kulturkontakt
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May 19, 2019 Martinka Bobrikova & Oscar De Carmen
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Exhibited at Carl Berner Projektrom in December 2015, Afterlife was the last installation that Bobrikova & Carmen did with organic bateries. Afterlife, proof of life after death and other related critical concepts, such as the purpose of life and reincarnation of overproduction of food from supermarkets. The project offers the possibility to use expired food in energy production. As part of our process, we developed a pilot project where we observed that fruits and vegetables produce small...
Topics: BioSignals, energy, art, recycling, potato, battery, media, food, Pixelache, Nordisk Kulturkontakt
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May 19, 2019 Mikko Lipiäinen
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An interview with Martinka Bobrikova & Oscar de Carmen as part of BioSignals event #1 radio programme Artists Martinka Bobrikova & Oscar de Carmen have been working together since 2005. Their practice, which is often community based, aims at setting up new social ecosystems. By revolving around the mechanisms and context by which power creates systems of value, they seek to intervene on the border between art and current topics of contemporary life in order to bring about the...
Topics: BioSignals, community, food, potato, technology, energy, Pixelache, Nordisk Kulturkontakt